Dec 25 -
Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays & Happy New Year to all from the
Solar Panels @
- While admiring the sunset, Lamma-Por pointed out a new solar cell
- One of most amazing drone sunset photos of our home island.
Dec 4 -
Lots of good wishes flooding in today for my birthday, mostly in messages...
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays
& Happy New Year to all from the
Click above for more Lamma
Landscapes I've created in
various art styles. A4 monthly
wall calendars still available.
Christmas Eve sunset. While
admiring the sunset, Lamma-Por
pointed out a new solar cell
installation on a neighbouring
rooftop! We know the friendly
occupants personally, so a sunny
solar panel interview might be
coming up soon, I hope!
Most of the very rare postal
spam we're getting in Lamma post
boxes is solar panel
installation-related. But there
are just a handful of
installations (according to
drone fly-over pictures),
despite very attractive
promotions by HK Electric. See
this one in Sok Kwu Wan, South
Click above for detailed info.
The biggest solar panel
installation in all of HK is
still inside the Lamma Power
Station, I believe:
My path home "blocked" by another
obstacle. These bananas will be
ripe for Christmas lunch on our
house's rooftop or patio, I hope.
Plus our house's door with our
wreath, reused from last year.
We love living deep in a wild banana
grove, just besides the
completely natural forest.
Rising above the trees, view
from our house's rooftop with
its sweeping views over Lantau
Island, Kowloon, Central Harbour
and South Lamma Island.
of our 6 closest neighbours are
single-family village houses.
It's a great environment to
raise children, very reminiscent
of me growing up in a
single-family chalet in the
Swiss countryside, except my
current sweeping ocean views, of
sign, hand-painted and unique.
ex-Tannery Beach, a.k.a. Nga Kau
Notice the lone
sunbather behind the sign,
having the entire beach to
The Organiser writes: "Thank you to
everyone who supported the
Tai Peng Social Sunday -
From the friendly
stallholders with their arty
crafts, bric-à-brac and homemade
produce, the many amazing bakers
and cooks who took time out of
their busy schedules to make
cakes and bakes for charity, the
talented musicians and dancers
who brought a smile to
everyone's faces, the volunteers
who manned stalls and take
people round TPCG, to the people
who came along and made sure we
had an event.
We raised $15K for local
charity Living Lamma which we're
thrilled about! Thank you all so
Our next event will be on
the 3 April and our charity will
Habitat for Humanity.
Thanks also to the
Rebecca Durston for
the pics, and to
Ed Williams w who must have
washed hundreds of plates and
pieces of cutlery so we could
reduce the amount of waste we
The jungle home office PC that's
bringing you the Lamma-zine.
One of most amazing drone sunset
photos of our home island I've
ever seen, shot yesterday by my
neighbour DJ Clark, a
Drone and Phone
Lots of good wishes flooding in
today for my birthday, mostly in
messages and on Facebook, like
the clipartsy one above. At my
age, I'll take them any way I
can receive them.
Yes, the massive worldwide hype
around NFT (Non-Fungible Tokens)
has finally arrived on Lamma as
well. The only local artist I
know of so far who's dabbling in
selling his art online on the
blockchain is: Me! If you're
another one, contact me for free
Have a look
to get an idea what it's all
about, my 3 collections of digital
images so far, HK and Lamma ones
available as printed calendars,
collection in progress:
P.S. Just in,
one more local NFT artist!
I've adviced her a bit initially
for the setup, but now she's off
on her own with her amazing
Take a bow,